Rob Bruce

Rob works out of the Dallas office for HotelsCheap. He has spent the past 17 years working in the travel industry, with previous stops at Hotels.com, and Expedia. Rob enjoys analyzing the hospitality industry, and he has written for a number of travel blogs over the years. A data junkie, he has become a source for travel journalists looking for industry trends and information. Rob has extensive experience overseas, spending 13 years in Papua New Guinea, four years in Australia, and two years in the Philippines, as well as many short term trips to various places. Rob enjoys being married to his wife of seven years and they have five kids! Currently living in Dallas Texas, he enjoys traveling as often as he can, although with five young kids, traveling has definitely slowed down.

Posts written by Rob Bruce

Interview with Greg Goodman on Travel Photography

Greg Goodman has worked on every level of the photography world, from running photo tours to exhibiting his photos at galleries and trade shows, to having his own TV show. It’s all documented on his website, Adventures of a Goodman. He took some time from his photography and globe trotting to talk about taking a [...]

Hotels Cheap Interview with Linda Fallon on Travel Insurance

Linda Fallon, senior vice president of travel insurance provider RoamRight, has been working in the industry for 30 years. She’s seen all manners of travel mishaps and catastrophes where having insurance coverage has saved people money and given them peace of mind. We asked her about an example when she herself was relieved to have [...]

Hotels Cheap Interview with Amy Whitley on Kid-Friendly Travel

It can be hard to find the right place to take the whole family, and that’s why Amy Whitley founded Pit Stops For Kids, one of the most detailed family-friendly travel sites online. Amy talked with us about traveling with kids and making it both fun and a learning experience. What challenges surprised you when [...]

Hotels Cheap Interview with Nick Kruger on Gap Year Travel

Nick Kruger has a dream job, namely traveling the world with the love of his life and writing about it on OE Travel Blogs. He took a moment away to talk with us about why you should take a gap year and see the world. What’s the value of taking a gap year to travel? [...]

Hotels Cheap Interview with Erik Bergin on How to Travel

Erik Bergin has been around the world and has a lot to tell us about getting there and enjoying it on the site he serves as editor for, Traveling Reporter. Erik talked to us about how to travel and travel right. What goes into building a travel guide? What research do you do before you [...]

Interview with Peggy Tee on How to Get the Most Out of Your Trip

Peggy Tee knows her way around the world: Born in Malaysia, educated in Australia, and a former resident of London and New York, she currently makes Sydney her homebase as she travels the world, chronicling it all on her blog Taking to the Open Road. She took a moment to speak with us about how [...]

Interview with Cia Bernales on Dining in NYC

Whatever you do, don’t call Cia Bernales a foodie – for reasons you’ll find out below, she hates the word. But feel free to pick her brain for the best spots in the city to get tasty, exotic dishes that hail from all over the globe and won’t always cost you a mint. If you’re [...]

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